CTC Developing Tech For Defense University; Ed Sheehan Comments

Ed Sheehan
Ed Sheehan

Concurrent Technologies Corp. has won a position on a potential $18 million contract to develop information availability technologies for the National Defense University.

CTC won its spot on the potential three-year indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract from the General Services Administration, the company said Friday.

The company will also advise NDU faculty and staff on new technological advances and learning methodologies.

“NDU’s mission is to prepare and support national security leaders through teaching, research, and applied learning, and CTC is honored to assist in the training of  our nation’s future leaders, ” said Ed Sheehan, CTC president and CEO.

“Since 1999, CTC has supported NDU in the adoption and implementation of many of the advanced learning and human performance solutions that are still being used today, ” he added.

David Kingston, CTC director of learning and human performance, will serve as program manager for the contract.

The company’s advisory board for the project will include retired Vice Adm. Mike Bucchi, retired Maj. Gen. Bob Heine, retired Maj. Gen. Fred Roggero and retired Brig. Gen. Steve Currey and retired Senior Executive Staff Alfred League.

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